Behringer NR300 Noise Reducer Pedal

Noise Reduction Pedal for Electric Guitar
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Cut Out That Noise

Take noisy buzz and hum out of your guitar signal, with the Behringer Noise Reducer NR300 pedal. Guitarists at Sweetwater know that guitars with single-coil pickups or high-gain amplifiers can create unwanted noise and hum, and the Behringer Noise Reducer NR300 is an effective solution for cleaning up your tone. Use the threshold and decay controls to dial in the perfect response, and use the send and return loop to cut noise from your effects pedals too. You can also set the Behringer Noise Reducer NR300 as a kill switch to instantly cut your signal out.

Behringer Noise Reducer NR300 Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Noise reduction pedal for electric guitar
  • Perfect for eliminating buzz and hum from single-coil pickups or noisy effects pedals
  • Reduction mode eliminates noise, Mute mode acts as a kill switch for instant silence
  • Integrate external effects with the Send/Return loop
  • Dual LEDs for on/off and noise reduction status
Cut the noise with the Behringer Noise Reducer NR300!

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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Noise Reduction
Inputs 2 x 1/4" (1 x Main, 1 x FX Return)
Outputs 2 x 1/4" (1 x Main, 1 x FX Send)
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.125"
Width 2.75"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.73 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number NR300

Customer Reviews

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Great for high gain gremlins!

You can effectively use this in an "X-pattern" in front of your amp and after your noisy pedals in your effects loop. It greatly minimizes most all of the high gain hiss and feedback on my 100 watt Carvin V3. I am currently using it in front of my amp after my tuner and EHX Pitchfork. I am using it in my serial effects loop after MXR Chorus, Strymon Mobius and MXR Flanger and before Boss DD500, T.C. Nova ND-1 and Strymon Big Sky. I was greatly suprised at how well it does it's job. It did an excellent job of eliminating the noise from my vintage MXR Flanger which runs on AC current. It even got rid of the microphonic feedback caused by the pickups on my Schecter Tempest Custom. This unit did not create any tone suck and when you adjust the threshold properly, it doesn't chop off any clean notes. The fact that it's plastic isn't a worry since the pedal will most likely always be on. Don't let the name or price affect your descision. It's a no brainer. Why spend 4X more on a noise suppressor? You can use the savings on some decent cables. A lot of the online "X-pattern" diagrams are incorrect so it may take some trial and error. I can now stand in front of my roaring Carvin V3 and not worry about feedback. This inexpensive Behringer sits right next to my.Strymon, MXR and Boss gear. Just buy it!
Music background: Guitarist of Uneasy Peace and songwriter.

There isn't a difference.

Works just like the NS2. I haven't opened it up to see what's on the inside.. I don't care that much to bother. I can't tell the difference in the performance or functionality. It's plastic. That wasn't a big deal. It's a 3rd of the price. It's a no brainer. I do high gain industrial metal and death metal in Tampa, Florida. Pro level, have jammed with some of the bigger names in the scene. Not bragging. Works just like the NS2; not same thing as the hush or decimator. It gates well for killing noise while palm muting. Thats what I use it for.
Music background: Industrial, Death, Metal.


Price point, performance, you can't go wrong. If your running extreme high gain remember that this is a suppressor not a gate. When dealing with a extremely noisy amp I use this in the front and a gate in the efx loop. Since i don't usually use a ton of gain this is perfect for me. I can set it to where it sound natural without chopping off my notes. And I can control whether or not to keep it opened or closed with my hands.

Can't be beat!

This pedal is a part of my studio stompbox setup. I run all my overdrives, distortions, and fuzzes thru the effects loop. I also have one on my acoustic stompbox chain to knock the noise off the preamp boost pedal I use to raise the piezo level. Works like a charm. This is absolutely invaluable for me and I just don't see the need to pay so much more for the high-end brands. Get this pedal for your noise, you just can't go wrong.
Music background: Multi-instrumentalist

Bye bye high gain hiss and feedback!

I hooked the NR 300 up in an "x-pattern" so that it cuts everything noisy in front of my amp and gets rid of the noise from analog pedals in my serial effects loop. I debated over much higher piced models but I'm totally satisfied with the Behringer. Don't be put off by the name or price! The plastic enclosure isn't a concern since it's an always-on pedal. Now I don't have to stand 15 feet away from my tube amp at band practice! Believe me, my Carvin V3 and vintage MXR pedals were noisy to the point of being non useable! Now I'm golden. Also to note, there is no tone suck with this unit! I got the NR 300 and patch cables for less than half the price of the competition. Why spend $100 + on a noise reduction pedal any way?
See also: EQ Pedals, Behringer, Behringer Compressors and EQ